2 edition of Rice production, potential and constraints found in the catalog.
Rice production, potential and constraints
G. S. Kainth
|Statement||G.S. Kainth & P.L. Mehra.|
|Contributions||Mehra, P. L. 1937-|
|LC Classifications||SB191.R5 K245 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||85900945|
As an integrated world rice market came into existence, low-cost rice from South and Southeast Asia increasingly undercut the Rice production of American rice in its most important markets, particularly in northern Europe. Long-term production strategies. UNVDA-developed farms are irrigated with water from the Bamenjim dam and from numerous rivers and streams. Barr, B. For tidal cultivation, an elaborate system of irrigation works—levees, ditches, culverts, floodgates, and drains—had to be constructed and maintained to control and regulate the flow of water onto and off of the fields. Unlike production in the South Atlantic region or in Asiarice in Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas was capital-intensive rather than labor-intensive: farmers in the region knew that their only chance to compete with low-cost Asian competition would be by increasing productivity through the substitution of capital particularly mechanized equipment and sophisticated irrigation works for labor.
Short-term production strategies. The presence of any attractive profit and profitability levels in the various stages should attract profit-motivated investors to participate in manners that ensure the production of the high quality competitive potential and constraints book that is so vital not only for bridging the production-consumption gap but also for bridging the competitive gap between imported and locally produced rice in Cameroon. Varietal improvement programmes should meet the tastes and demands of the consumers who are the ultimate judges of the success of the programmes. Indeed, the demise of rice devastated economic and social life for blacks and whites alike in the Lowcountry.
Africa has a vast potential to cultivate rice for local consumption and export if large investments are made to develop the industry, reduce imports and save scarce foreign exchange. With the development of new drought and flood-tolerant rice varieties, agriculture scientists hope to ease water constraints and ensure food security. The final criterion of the selection of the publications was the location. References Anonymous
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It has Rice production shown that farmers incur a production cost of Although white planters, stewards, and overseers performed important entrepreneurial and managerial functions on Lowcountry rice plantations, and although a surprising number of white small planters and white yeomen grew some rice both within and without the Lowcountry particularly in the late nineteenth centurythere was always a very close connection—indeed, a near identity—between black labor and white rice in Georgia.
Rice development support services Coordinating Rice production research programmes in Rice production. The wetlands and rice in sub-Saharan Africa. Response of indica-japonica rice hybrids to low temperature. A ratio score of more than 1 may suggest that there is a surplus of articles which have focused on the particular constraint, whereas a ratio of less than 1 may suggest the contrary.
From its modest beginnings in the s, Georgia's commercial rice industry grew substantially in the eighteenth century and continued to expand in the nineteenth century, before peaking on the eve of the Civil War.
It is also important to pay attention to the post-harvest dimensions and the supportive services on the value chain in order to improve on their efficiencies.
In the political arena, promoting sustainable smallholder agriculture was on the agenda of the G20 meeting inwhich emphasized the need for greater market participation to complement productivity gains [ 4 ].
In order to enhance rice production, while preserving the integrity of the environment, there should be intensification of research in the following areas: control of rice yellow mottle virus; control of the African rice gall midge; development of an effective rice-based cropping system to improve soil fertility and pest and disease control, together with intensification of the wetland ecology to stem rapid deforestation; breeding of suitable varieties for cold tolerance and heat tolerance; increased use of organic manures to reduce overdependence on inorganic fertilizers; post-harvest processing to improve milling out-turn and quality of the product.
Nevertheless, the studies illustrate the extent of heterogeneity in smallholder agriculture and help confirm why a farming systems approach is useful for setting priorities in smallholder agricultural research and policy. The heart of the United States rice industry lay in the South Atlantic region from the early eighteenth century until the late nineteenth century.
Other concerns have been raised as well about the impact of agricultural research in South Asia. In The developmental effectiveness of food in Africa, p.
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Despite the amount of detail in their farming systems analysis, they acknowledge that there is some degree of heterogeneity within each potential and constraints book the specified farming systems, and the boundaries between farming systems across geographic areas can be quite loose.
Trade year book, Vol. Integrated pest management in Indian agriculture. Google Scholar Potential and constraints book Cock S There are several abstract and citation databases of peer-reviewed literature to choose from, but Scopus is the largest, and it covers a broad spectrum of academic disciplines in the physical and social sciences [ 38 ] which is why it was used in this study.
In Potential and constraints book Nigerian rice economy: Policy options for transforming production, marketing, and trade. Indeed, in their original design the founding Trustees of Georgia hoped to create Rice production colony quite unlike South Carolina, with free white European laborers drawn from the lower classes constituting the basic workforce in the colony.
Promoting agricultural diversification and involving social sciences more in agricultural research challenges are other priorities raised by ICAR. Many Georgians were aware of the profit possibilities associated with the commercial production of rice on slave plantations in South Carolina, and they realized that under a similar institutional framework coastal Georgia had the potential to offer similar opportunities.
Catholic University of Louvain. Kaung, Z. Farmers value short-duration rice Another robust result from the study is high valuation for the short-duration rice.
While a number of observations found in the paper are not new and have already been pointed out elsewhere, we move beyond the usual description of past performance to include as well an ex-ante assessment of the effects of trade policy reforms on the rice economy in the short and medium terms.
This is done through the acquisition of appropriate and adequate agricultural inputs as well as ensuring the appropriate processing and marketing of rice. Women commonly take responsibility for producing food crops, particularly where smallholder farms produce both food for the household and cash crops [ 8 ].
References Anonymous From the research station to field: The missing link. Background Smallholders are a vital part of the international agricultural community, but they have historically been neglected in most national and international forums.2 Improving Rice Production and Commercialization in Cambodia that capture aspects of the investment climate and farm performance in the rice sector.
This study provides some answers to these questions by undertaking statistical and econometric analysis on data from a farm investment climate assessment (ICA) conducted in tjarrodbonta.com by: 2.
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To take stock of the present knowledge on direct seeding of rice, a workshop was organized at Pantnagar. Papers presented in this workshop covered the major potential and constraints book of rice Rice production of rice establishment, weeds and weed management in different cropping systems, water management, varieties suited to direct seeding, rice quality, and socioeconomic issues.Nov 01, · A sizeable portion of the book covers pdf about pdf environments, production constraints and opportunities, research developments in the rice sector, adoption of modern technology, external trade, and basic statistics from the 64 rice‐growing countries of Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe, Australia and United States of Cited by: 4.Paddy rice production (, t), by country and geographical region, One unique use of rice is called rice marble, where rice is placed on book covers during manufacturing for a decorative effect.
their potential. The primary goal of plant breeding in past years has been to increase yield, improve.Major upland production constraints 5 Choiceofland 6 Landpreparation 6 Recommended upland ebook 7 Upland rice production accounts for 20% of the total rice produced Nigeria has the potential and suitable agro-ecologies (upland, rainfed lowland, irrigated lowland, deep water and mangrove swamp) to .